SELLING agent Annie McCarthy said this private, rear villa would be ideal for someone downsizing or a young couple starting out.
It would even suit a family.
“The owner bought the property new in 1992 and it has been much loved, as you can see from its immaculate condition,” she said.
“It is all on one level, with great light and a secure entertaining courtyard.
“The layout is good, and the master bedroom is separate to the other two bedrooms, which gives privacy for parents.”
The home has a formal lounge room and an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area, all with easy-care tiled flooring.
“The lounge room is lovely as you can sit and look down the driveway at all the trees and shrubs, it’s very peaceful,” Ms McCarthy said.
“And it’s nice looking into the courtyard from the kitchen.”
The three bedrooms are carpeted and have built-in robes, the master also has a built-in bedhead and side tables.
The bathroom has a shower, bath and toilet, and there is a second toilet in the laundry.
Outside there is a paved courtyard with covered patio, drying court, raised garden beds with limestone retaining walls and a storage shed,
The home is in a quiet location close to bus routes, Loch Street train station, Claremont Quarter and local shops, the swimming pool and parkland.
It is in the catchment area for Mt Claremont Primary School and Shenton College.
“It’s a very caring neighbourhood,” Ms McCarthy said.
“Everyone looks out for each other.”